Last Days of Night - Chapter 15: Networks - Chapter 28: A Frightful Accusation Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15: Networks

A deal was made in which Tesla would work for Westinghouse, and Paul finally asked why Westinghouse had hired him. Westinghouse replied that it was because of Paul's lack of experience and that he was unlikely to have any ties with Edison. Westinghouse's plan was to use Tesla's knowledge to create something so different from Edison's design that there would no longer be a case for a lawsuit. There were also plans to sell one generator per town in the more rural parts of America and to let the quality of the light speak for itself.

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A formal dinner was arranged in order to welcome Tesla to the Westinghouse estate but he was immediately scared off by a stray hair from Marguerite and never left the laboratory again. Westinghouse...

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